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STUDENTS! The Student Poster Contest for the Glenn Space Technology Symposium is Now Accepting Abstracts

The Glenn Space Technology Symposium is back at the Case Western Reserve University on July 15-17 in Cleveland, Ohio. The American Astronautical Society is working with NASA Glenn and CWRU to bring together and unite the innovative minds of the aerospace industry. This event is coming fully loaded with a Student Poster Contest to bring the next generation to the forefront.

The Call for Abstracts for the Student Poster Contest is now open! The contest is open to all High School and University students (both graduate and undergraduate.) You do not need to be a summer term student to participate. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to submit an abstract. Individual and group projects of ongoing or completed work are acceptable. This Student Poster Contest is in-person at the Glenn Space Technology Symposium and participants must be available to attend in order to present their posters.

Best posters will be selected in two categories (Engineering and Physical/Liberal Sciences) within three divisions (high school, undergraduate, and graduate). Best Poster students will receive $500 and complimentary student registration for any one of the 2024/2025 AAS Symposia and technical conferences.

Abstracts are due Friday, June 14, by 11:59pm EDT. Word counts for the abstract should not exceed 250. Please read the full Call for Abstract document before submitting. All abstracts should be uploaded and submitted here.

We look forward to the future you’re leading us to. Be a part of the path being paved, submit an abstract now!

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